GP Registered and Resident Population
Population information is available in different formats depending on the definition used. These are as follows:-
- Registered population:
- The number of people registered with a GP regardless of where they live
- Resident population:
- The number of people residing in a particular geographical area (e.g. a district)
The GP registered population for NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG in July 2016 is 507,500. NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG has fewer people aged up to 44 years and more people in the 50+ year age groups compared with the resident population of England. Comparison between the registered population and resident population in NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG (as shown in the table below) shows that there is little difference in the number of people in the registered population and resident population at most age groups.
GP Registered (July 2016) and Resident (MYE 2014) Population of Coastal West Sussex CCG
|Age Group||GP registered population of Coastal West Sussex CCG||Resident population of Coastal West Sussex CCG|
|Number*||% of Population||Number*||% of Population|
|* Numbers are rounded to the nearest 100. Totals may not sum due to rounding. Sources: HSCIC - GP Registered Population (July 2016), ONS - 2014 Mid Year Population Estimates|
The table below shows the ONS mid-2014 resident population estimates at local authority district level.
NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG Population Estimate (2014)
|Population Estimates Mid-2014|
|*Horsham local authority spans both Coastal West Sussex CCG and Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG. As such only the resident population for the area of Horsham local authority that falls within Coastal West Sussex CCG is included in the table. The overall population of Horsham local authority is greater than this figure.|
|Areas||Total usual resident population||0-19 years||65+ years||75+ years|
|Number||% of population||Number||% of population||Number||% of population|
NHS Coastal West Sussex CCG has below average percentage of young people aged 0-19 years compared to the whole of West Sussex and England. It also has above average percentages of people aged 65 and over, and 75 and over when compared to the West Sussex county and England overall.